Monday, October 10, 2011

Bookspotting: Week 37 - Bookfair Surprise

The beginning of this week was disappointing in the bookspotting department. The only English title I saw was It's Not How Good You Are, It's How Good You Want To Be by Paul Arden. That's quite a title, but I usually see more books during the week. On Sunday I was walking around Wan Chai taking pictures for this weeks' Eating Smoke themed walking tour. In the Southorn Playground I came upon a book fair!

I didn't know about the Wan Chai Bookfair Series, but I thought it was a lucky find.

There were so many books and so many people!

I saw people filling up bags and even suitcases with the books.

There weren't many English titles...

...but I was still happy to be there.

Apparently better English means "A More Perfect You!"

This was a very sweet sort of bookspotting, even though I couldn't read most of the titles.

Come back next week for more bookspotting, or visit on Wednesday for the Eating Smoke tour of Wan Chai!

Now it's your turn: what are people reading in your town this week? Where do you spot the most readers?


  1. Though this book is honest, it often reads like one joke after another. The reader may still feel distanced from the real Tina Fey after reading Bossypants, but I think the opposite is true. The constant humor, the one-liners, the self-deprecation is who she really is, which makes her writing and comedy work.


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